The Secret Health Benefits of Hemp Protein

 Hemp  Protein is one of the best proteins for building muscle and staying healthy. Why? Because  hemp  seeds are sources of the best muscle-building proteins available, wholly natural, and contains the necessary amino acids to make it highly soluble as a quick and efficient protein. When eaten, the proteins go directly to your muscles that need it the most.

The  hemp  plant produces organic, all natural seeds and oils that contain these fantastic proteins.

 Hemp  has been used through history to form many completely natural products since its fibers are among the strongest of any plant.  Hemp  is also very straightforward to grow, takes a low toll on the soil, and can be replanted time after time again.

 Hemp  vs. Marijuana Is  Hemp  Legal?

 Hemp  and smokable pot are two entirely different things.  Hemp  comes from the Male Cannabis plant, which contains no psychoactive THC that produces the popular Marijuana stoned feeling. Only the female plants produce THC. You could smoke 3 acres of  Hemp  plants and not produce a high.

While the cultivation of industrial  hemp  is nonsensically illegal as a victim of the War on Drugs in the US,  hemp  itself which contains no psychoactive properties is totally safe and legal to buy in the united states. While public perception is changing and  hemp  is now legally produced in some regions, it should be known that  Hemp  food products are a quickly growing market and are an entirely legal industry. In fact, it could be the fastest growing industry you’ve never heard of!

A quick History of  Hemp 

The male  Hemp  plant has many more uses beyond the dazzling  hemp  protein, seeds, and oils it produces  Hemp  can be used for nearly any business need. It is a strong, durable plant that was a highly valued commodity before Industrialization and the use of fossil fuels became the top of the agenda.  Hemp  provided the best means for many critical needs of traditional peoples, wants like clothing, ropes, boat sails, paper, and more were all the results of  hemp  cultivation.

Were you aware:

1) The US Constitution was written on  Hemp  Paper

2) The Founding dads produced  hemp  and marijuana even on their own property?

3)  Hemp  can grow in almost any area of the world

4) Henry Ford fabricated many parts of his original Model T using  Hemp ? It was also engineered to run on  Hemp  ethanol.

5)  Hemp  is one of the most sustainable, ecologically friendly plants? (It transfers more CO2 into fresh Oxygen better than most plants)

How could this seemingly harmless plant be illegal today?

Consider the interests at work that compete against the  Hemp  plant. Energy, manmade fiber, and any petroleum based product that may be produced with  hemp  is competing. With the large quantities of money involved, special interests lobby regularly against  hemp  since  hemp  is a naturally produced plant and not a produced good that can be promoted.

Similar to how Monsanto and other agri-business profiteers are hijacking the food industry, causing farmers to use Bovine growth Hormone ( BGH ) and grow their foods with their branded genetically changed seeds, the oil industry operates the same way against competing power sources. Mix these special interests with the prevailing legal standing and controversy of Cannabis and we have over three generations who have not fully understood or have been education properly on the history of this Wonder plant.

Thankfully, on a positive note, these laws and regulations are starting to come to debate as public perception of both Cannabis Sativa and Industrial  Hemp  are changing. It’s beginning to be understood that  Hemp  is the greatest untapped industry in agriculture and the health benefits have gotten more well-known every day.